NVIDIA’s data centre revenue crossed the $1 billion mark for the first time this quarter, propelled by an impressive 80 rise in sales to data centre clients
That was underpinned by a sharp rise in the use of its GPUs to accelerate workloads in hyperscale and large industry vertical data centres.
GPUs, or graphics processing units, turbo-charge the processing of applications typically normally just running on the CPU, by offloading some of the compute-intensive and time consuming portions of the code. The approach is increasingly used to underping AI and machine learning workloads.
As CEO Jensen Huang